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East Herts Miniature Railway, Ware

(40 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a great find. It's only £1 per ride. My son enjoyed it. Going though the tunnel is fun. Well worth the visit. Few things to note, you have to walk though the garden centre to get to it, but th...  more »
  • This little Railway is run very professionally and seems to be enjoyed by adults and children alike. My Grandchildren always want to go on it whenever we visit the Garden Centre. It is inexpensive wit...  more »
  • Went here today with our 3 kids (3,5 and 10yr old) and the in laws. They were running a small diesel engine in the morning and a steam engine later on. Its £1 per person per ride and you get 2 laps th...  more »
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  • EHMR is a great place to visit with kids. The miniature railway owns about 8 different locomotives (most of them steam), of which two run at the same time. Tickets cost £1 per person, and the ride lasts for two laps including a tunnel and a bridge.
  • Set inside Van Hage garden centre this is a great train ride. You get two loops of the track in either an electric or coal powered train and only costs £1 per ticket. My son loves it and we go here especially.
  • Short and sweet miniature railway with a bridge, a tunnel and a steam locomotive. Fun for the kids and only a pound per person. Access on foot through Van Hage garden centre main entrance, then turn right. Lots of free parking outside.
  • Nice and fun little railway.